The Argentinos Juniors footballer was hit hard in the face of his future in sport.
Before Argentinos Juniors made their debut in the Professional League Cup, the verdict for Santiago Silva had come into force on October 30: a two-year sanction without being able to play a match professionally. Now it was announced that the Anti-Doping Arbitration Tribunal finally ratified the ruling and the Uruguayan striker won’t play for 24 months due to doping for a higher level of tetosterone than allowed.
The case occurred in a control after the match between Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata and Newell’s, on April 12, 2019. Silva explained on his social networks that doping was linked to a treatment to become a father again, without wanting to gain sports advantage .
“Yesterday I received the sad notification about the decision made by AFA, ruling my suspension and canceling my ability to continue playing. Despite the fact that at the time when I was required I presented all the analyzes and certificates that proved my medical situation at that time, “he said a few days ago.
Finally, Judge Santiago Carrilo launched the sanction as of October 30, presenting the sentence in the AFA Bulletin: “As of the date, it will correspond to make effective and proceed to comply with the sanction timely imposed by the Court National Anti-Doping with all its scope “.
Will he retire from football Tank Or will he continue training to reach his 41 years in the best way?